strawwolf:

that’s it that’s the whole story

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micdotcom:

Fast-growing clothing store Brandy Melville is sending a terrible message to young women about their bodies

Meet Brandy Melville, a retail chain where threads are almost exclusively made in a single size, one they claims “fits most:” a small. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a universal size, especially not the one worn by its band of homogenous models. Its Instagram account is clear: At Brandy Melville, only thin is really “in.” 

So far, Brandy Melville executives show no sign of budging. | Follow micdotcom

"Oppression is as American as apple pie."

Audre Lorde (via decolonize-all-the-things)

(via andthenisank)

sswincestiel:

gambling-withdesire:

superbooked:

i want to open a book store that is 24 hours and people can finally go out at like 2am and be like “i just finished the first book in the series i need the next one stat” or if people are just having a stressful night and want to be surrounded by books

My favorite part about this post is that someone understands that it’s calming to be surrounded by books

a book nightclub.

read responsibly.

Someone make this happen pls.

(via fandomspanner)

"Music is so much more than notes on paper. Some of the greatest musicians of our time – Jimi Hendrix, jazz drummer Tony Williams, Stevie Ray Vaughan, famed composer Danny Elfman, Kanye West, Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello, Eric Clapton and just about every folk musician ever – never learned how to read or notate music, and yet consistently wrote earth-shattering and face-melting music.

Most people think of music as a chore because of how it’s taught. It isn’t. That’s not how it should be."

Newsflash: You don’t need to know how to read music to be an incredible musician  (via micdotcom)

"It is likely I will die next to a pile of things I was meaning to read."

Lemony Snicket (via theperksofbeingabookseller)

(via book-answers)

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION:  white oak leaves in autumn (at stillblog.net by mary jo hoffman)

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION:  white oak leaves in autumn (at stillblog.net by mary jo hoffman)

introvert-loser:

Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and Hokusai’s “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” in one painting

introvert-loser:

Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and Hokusai’s “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” in one painting

(via likethestarsthat-shine)

did-you-kno:

There are around 200 dead bodies scattered across Mount Everest. Some of them, like “Green Boots” who died in 1996, serve as trail markers for other climbers.   Source

did-you-kno:

There are around 200 dead bodies scattered across Mount Everest. Some of them, like “Green Boots” who died in 1996, serve as trail markers for other climbers. Source

micdotcom:

Evan Rachel Wood tells the true story behind the famous Vanity Fair teen cover

At 15, Wood already had a TV series, Once and Again, and a hit movie, Thirteen, under her belt. Although she was generating serious buzz, she still had no idea what it was like to be handled, packaged and ultimately marketed to the masses.

glamidols:

Jessica Lange – 1976

glamidols:

Jessica Lange – 1976

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